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Oob--er Tasty New Ice Blocks!

Oob--er Tasty New Ice Blocks!


Nothing but frozen organic fruit and a stick…

OOB, the Kiwi blueberry growers and artisanal organic ice cream makers, have just launched a late--summer sensation. These new 100% organic real fruit ice blocks contain no additives, preservatives, gluten or dairy -- just nature’s finest antioxidants. They come in three refreshing flavours:

Lemonade. Jaded taste buds? Introduce them to a burst of old fashioned lemonade. Fresh, zesty organic lemon served icy cold on a stick. Wakey wakey!

Mango Passion. Take a healthy helping of mango, add a generous squeeze of passion fruit, and freeze. Hey presto: tropical magic. Time to find a hammock.

Mixed Berry. Experience the power of organic blueberries, strawberries and raspberries working in delicious harmony. Do not attempt to resist. RRP $11.99 (box of 6). Available at specialty stores. www.oob.co.nz

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